The rocky start for Cleveland Cavaliers number one overall pick Anthony Bennett has hit a new low as the struggling big man will miss the next 3 weeks with a left knee strain. Another huge disappointment and setback for Bennett’s rough rookie year. On Sunday […]The post Anthony Bennett Out For 3 Weeks With Knee Injury appeared first on The League News.
Life as a rookie in the NBA hasn’t been a walk in the park for Cavs forward Anthony Bennett. The 20-year-old forward has dealt with rehabbing a shoulder surgery coming into the season, battled heavy criticisms throughout, and now he’s back on the injury list with a lengthy three-week layoff.
Bennett is expected to miss somewhere in the neighborhood of three weeks after an MRI...
Anthony Bennett has been diagnosed with left patellar tendon strain, the Cleveland Cavaliers announced on Monday.
Bennett will be out approximately three weeks while receiving treatment and continued evaluation.
Due to a strain in his left patellar tendon, Cleveland Cavaliers rookie, Anthony Bennett, will be out for approximately three weeks. Anthony Bennett is averaging 4.1 PPG, 2.9 RPG, and 0.3 APG this season.
The rookie certainly has fallen short of moderate expectations, but some of that can be due to a lack of significant amount of minutes. This season, Bennett is averaging 12.7 MPG...
The Cleveland Cavaliers announced on Monday that first round pick Anthony Bennett will miss the next three weeks with a left patellar tendon strain. Bennett had an MRI on Sunday at the Cleveland Clinic that revealed the strain.
The injury kept Bennett out of one game, and may have been a contributing factor in his limited minutes over the last two weeks.
Jason Lloyd is also reporting...
It’s been a rough rookie season for Anthony Bennett.
He has already been labeled by some as the worst #1 pick ever after struggling mightily this year. Now he has a left patellar tendon strain and is out for 3 weeks:
Cavaliers announce that rookie forward Anthony Bennett has a left patellar tendon strain and will be out three weeks.
— Marc J. Spears (@SpearsNBAYahoo) March...
Cavaliers rookie Anthony Bennett is expected to miss the next three weeks with a knee injury.
An exam and MRI revealed a left patellar tendon strain, the team said Monday.
The Cavs set the three-week figure as approximate and said he will receive treatment and continued evaluation.
Bennett, the top pick in the 2013 NBA Draft, is averaging 4.1 ppg and 2.9 rpg in 12.9 mpg this season.
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